NWAA concert fundraiser held
GLEEful attendees raised thousands of dollars at the Northwest Associated Arts choral concert Saturday at the Jerry Brockey Center on the campus of South Seattle College.
The concert, held April 27, was moved ahead due to snowy and unsafe driving conditions in February. The weather cooperated this time with nearly 300 patrons bidding on a variety of specialty items in a silent auction while enjoying a buffet of chicken and salmon.
The show, ON BROADWAY, led by Dr. Ryan Ellis, featured songs from Rachel and Jack Porter, Marty Hawkins with Becca DeShaw, Sharon Sandman, Andy Busz, J.Lynn Wilkerson, Bill Houser, Rachel Baker, Lisa Eastman and Kate Losleben. Other singers included Tony Mangubat, Sue Jacobsen, Donna West, Ryan Ellis, Jackson Reagin, Steve Reagin, Miriam Kennedy, Patti Davies, Alana Hammer, Lisa Van Heyningen, and Lisa Noble with Theresa Renico. Also singing were Stefan Bach with Dave Sheridan, Miriam Kennedy, Maureen McDonald, Ann McElroy, Helen Murphy, Debbie Noble, Phyllis Silling and Susan Wessman. Amber Early, Alicia Eyler, Ashely Griffith, Heidi Haynes, Jenny Mason with Susie Woodard performed Xanadu. www.nwassociatedarts.org
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Blown glass center pieces by Jesse Kelly were on dinner tables as part of the NWAA annual dinner/auction fundraiser last Saturday night at the Jerry Brockey Center at South Seattle College.
Styrofoam heads model an array of netted hats and scarves donated Shawn Sisson at the Northwest Associated Arts annual fundraiser dinner and auction last Saturday night at the Jerry Brockey Center on the campus of South Seattle College.